The experience I have with kids is from newborn to age 14.
I have been on my current job for about a year and I am only leaving this position because I need to move to Baltimore to complete my bachelor’s degree. The kids were 8, 10, and 12 years old when I began to take care of them and now they are 9, 11, and 13. My job consists of organizing the house (cleaning the kitchen, watering the plants, walking the dog, feeding the dog and the cats, doing the kids laundry and keeping their room clean), doing grocery shopping and sometimes clothing shopping for the kids, cooking dinner, driving the kids to soccer practice and games, ballet, piano class, doctors appointments, tutor, and pretty much anywhere that they need to go. Also, when the kids and I have free time we always enjoy playing soccer or basketball, practicing ballet moves, biking, doing our nails and make-up, watching movies, baking cakes, and so on.
My first job as a nanny lasted for 3 years (From 2008 to May 2011) and although I no longer work for them full-time, I still babysit the kids. One of the kids (a boy) when I began to take care of was 3 months old, the other 10 (a boy), and the other was born (a girl) when the 3 months old baby was 18 months old. The little boy, now 4 years old, is my biggest lovely challenge. He has a heart problem and the parents believe that this is the cause for some of his delays. He learned how to walk when he was over 2 years old and he still has a big delay on his language skills. I work every day on his vocabulary and also on his climbing, going up and down the slides, stairs, and so on. The little girl is a typical, now two-years-old, little girl that knows everything, can say anything, and has enough energy to sustain a whole city :). The older boy, now 14, is a typical teenager whom I basically became a great friend, driver, and partner to play video game and to watch movies. While working for this family I cooked for the kids, gave them a bath, drove them around to any place they needed to go (including to doctors appointments). I liked for the kids to go to the playground (playground set at the mall when it is too cold), took to Barnes&Noble, and I was always looking for something new and different for the kids to do outside the house. When at the house I liked to read with the kids, play with the kids toys in a manner where the kids can really learn how to play and not the break toys and be messy. I also like to enjoy and have lots of fun with the kids.